Larry Dunlap : NIGHT PEOPLE, Book 1 - Things We Lost in the Night, a memoir of love and music in the 60s with Stark Naked and the Car Thieves

NIGHT PEOPLE, Book 1 - Things We Lost in the Night, a memoir of love and music in the 60s with Stark Naked and the Car Thieves

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Biographies, Fiction

For Readers Of

Cheryl Strayed, Carly Simon, Mary Karr, Patti Smith, The Beatles

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Print Length

460 pgs




Claremont Village Press

Publication Date

June 2015



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NIGHT PEOPLE, Book 1 - Things We Lost in the Night, A Memoir of Love and Music in the 60s with Stark Naked and the Car Thieves is a current AMAZON #1 BEST SELLER in POP ARTIST BIOGRAPHY, and available in Kindle and Paperback at The concluding volume, ENCHANTED, Book 2 is slated for release in early 2016.


IN THE YEARS FOLLOWING HIS MEMOIR, Larry inhabited the streets of Hollywood as an artist manager, publisher, and Sunset Boulevard recording studio owner. In the Eighties Larry was a founder of the first digital broadcasting network on cable television, followed by several years in video and film production, and post production. Larry went on to earn his bones as a pencil-for-hire technical and training writer for Fortune 50 companies. He is a published short story author, music magazine columnist, and authored and drew a published music-based cartoon strip named Frets. Currently Larry writes fiction and narrative non-fiction from his home near the mountains east of Los Angeles.

Editorial Reviews

"Larry Dunlap lived it. His memoir 'NIGHT PEOPLE' is a frank, funny, frenzied chronicle of the 60's music scene." - Susan Shapiro, New York Times bestselling memoirist

"Whether or not you remember the swift intoxicating music of that era or the seismic shift of mores that burst from the free-love movement, this memoir captures the beat of that misty time when the country suffered “a growing thirst for individual freedom, a desire to escape from an ever-darkening shadow of war, and a national hangover following the public murder of a young and popular president.” - Steph Rodriguez, Manhattan Book Review

"Dunlap relates much of the story through conversations, and his California journey features a number of memorable characters. [Night People] ... is an enjoyable hangout book, a chance to spend time with witty characters at that point in their lives when success feels so close, but the path to get there isn't quite clear." - Jeff Fleischer, Foreword Reviews Magazine, Fall Issue 2015, Memoir ForeSight section

"Many moments in the author's life are poignantly mingled with misery, happiness, music and sex. I found the book [NIGHT PEOPLE] interesting as it speaks about music, the band, recordings and many other things related with music. The challenges the [DUNLAP] faces in his life and his love life and other casualties make this memoir a very exciting read." - Mamta Madhavan, Readers' Favorite Review

"A very entertaining and fabulous read. [NIGHT PEOPLE] Provides an insight into the lives and workings of an up and coming rock band during the 60s. A very enjoyable read. I would recommend for more mature and sophisticated students." - Jane Elwel, NetGalley Review

"Night People is a wonderful book, I found myself forgetting that it was a biography. I never lost interest. Author Dunlap is such a beautiful writer. I found myself lost in the book, as if I was watching a really good movie. Bravo! I’m looking forward to reading your next book. 5 Stars" - J.L. Clayton, guest review,

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